Brandon Jacobs injured against Texans

Aug 18, 2012 at 5:43 PM


San Francisco 49ers running back Brandon Jacobs was injured in the 1st quarter against the Houston Texans. Jacobs was carried off of the field and later carted away. He was hit in the leg while carrying the ball on offense. It is being reported that the injury is to his left knee. The extent of the injury is not yet known.

Jacobs was acquired as a free agent during the offseason after playing for the New York Giants last season. He has had an impressive preseason so far for the 49ers.



Comments



More San Francisco 49ers News


placeholder image

Does 49ers QB Brock Purdy need Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel for success?

By David Bonilla
May 15

Rumors circulated before and during the 2024 NFL Draft about the possibility of the San Francisco 49ers losing one of their top two wide receivers—Brandon Aiyuk or Deebo Samuel. Such a scenario could have significantly impacted the team's success in the upcoming season and posed a potential blow for quarterback Brock Purdy, who has thrived alongside the dynamic duo on the field. However, none of these speculations came to fruition. Both Aiyuk and Samuel remain on the roster, at least for another season, though their future beyond that remains uncertain. Aiyuk is seeking a contract extension that would position him among the highest-paid wide receivers in the NFL. At the same time, Samuel already commands a significant salary following a deal rework in 2022.


placeholder image

49ers coordinator Nick Sorensen previews his defense, discusses Brandon Staley's role and more

By Kirk Larrabee
May 10

New 49ers defensive coordinator Nick Sorensen may not have all the answers yet in regards to how his defense will perform in the upcoming season, but it sounds like his approach will remain largely similar to what the team has done in the past under head coach Kyle Shanahan. Sorensen held his first media session as 49ers defensive coordinator before the team's rookie minicamp on Friday and provided a glimpse on how he wants his defense to look once they take the field in September. The plan is to show the NFL that the 49ers haven't changed much in terms of intensity and flying to the ball. "I want them to see we're still the standard of what we've always been -- an attacking defense that plays fast," Sorensen said. "We play violent. We play with speed, and we


placeholder image

Ian Rapoport on how the 49ers view their Brandon Aiyuk situation

By David Bonilla
May 13

To say there was a lot of speculation surrounding San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk heading into the 2024 NFL Draft would be an understatement. Many believed a trade involving the team's leading receiver from last season might be in the works. In the end, Aiyuk remained on the 49ers' roster once the draft concluded, indicating a likelihood of him staying with the team at least through the upcoming season. San Francisco remains committed to negotiating a long-term deal for the fifth-year wideout. Last week, Ian Rapoport joined NFL Network and was asked for an update on the Aiyuk situation. The


placeholder image

49ers will open 2024 season against Jets on Monday Night Football

By David Bonilla
May 14

The full 2024 NFL schedule is set for release tomorrow night. However, the NFL has given fans a sneak peek by unveiling the opener for the San Francisco 49ers. The Bay Area team will host quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the New York Jets at Levi's Stadium on Monday, September 9, at 5:20 p.m. PT. The game will air on ABC, ESPN, ESPN+, and ESPN Deportes. Can't. Wait. 🍿🤩 @nyjets-@49ers on Sept. 9 | ABC, ESPN, ESPN+, ESPN Deportes


Latest

Trending News

Share 49ersWebzone